We rushed to squeeze in to our favorite table at a fare restaurant .
We ignorantly fiddled with our phones prying the blind stares of citizens at the Mall.
The waiter stood fast to serve us, his smug face unleashed the environment, to make it worse he mumbled our orders like a service machine.
My ignorance blinded me, my thoughts consumed me, with iPad as front I sunk into thoughts unclenched by common sense.
The beer I ordered was pounding my bladder like a drum. I glanced at the crowd flooding into space like sardines. Amount the people I lost my respect in some beautiful woman, so picturesque I walked a sinner in no mans land. Guilty, I tamed my eye and whipped them into nous, fixing them upon my rambling wife, her words cut, snubbed and unacknowledged by my drooling stares. I nodded at every remark she made.
For all times sake I thought I should take a last glance at the forbidden fruit, then she appeared.
She walked proud, sauntered upon the floor like a princess, her gravidity showed, a cause for foul emotion nonetheless her presence struck my heart like the first site I was once rewarded.
I just had to see her, the beer in me brewed the ill thoughts.
With an excuse I stood and claimed to be going to the rest toom. Hasty steps, I rushed to cover the little space gained.